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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunf Texas October Weather Publio Water Watch Comal downs Canyon lakt samt Canyon Lako samo Canyon Lako samt down Tho gatts at Canyon Dam wore closed earlier stopping any release from the lake while the Army Corps of Engineers conducted an annual inspection of the The gates were ex pected to be reopened at allowng a release of 432 cubic feet per second of Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Continued fair through Highs 80s ex cept km 90s along the lower Rio Lows sos except 60s ex treme Port Arthur to Port 0 Connor Tonight and Thursday east wind near 10 Seas 2 to 4 Port OConnor to Brownsville Tonight and Thurs day east wind 10 to 15 Seas 3 to S NORTH TEXAS Sunny days and cool at Lows tonight 41 east to 52 Highs Thursday 89 west to 80 WEST TEXAS Sunny days and fair at night through Thursday Lows tonight 40s but 50s far west and Big Highs Thursday 80s except 70s mountains and lower 90s extreme Extended Forecast FridaySunday SOUTH TEXAS Mostly sunny partly cloudy Saturday and warm days and mild highs in the 80s to near 90 except low 90s extreme lows from 50s north to 60s WEST TEXAS dry and little temperature lows upper 40s and highs in lower 80s and upper South lows near 50 and highs in lower Far lows in lower 50s and highs in lower Concho lows in mid to upper Highs in mid Per mian lows in low to mid 50s and highs in mid Big Bend lows in mid 40s mountains to mid 50s Highs near 90 Big Bend valleys to upper 70s NORTH TEXAS No rain through Mild temperatures with highs in the 80s to near 90 and lows generally in the Texas Weather High pressure centered over Texas is expected to keep the states weather pleasant through at least the first part of the Forecasts are calling for clear skies and mild to slightly warm temperatures through forecasters theres no drastic weather change in Lows tonight will mostly be in the 50s and ranging from the 40s in the mountainous areas of West Texas to the lower 70s in South Texas and along the lower Texas Highs Thursday will be mostly in the 70s and 80s except for a few readings in the lower 90s in ex treme southern portions of the Skies were fair statewide at dawn Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 50s and ranging from the 40s in the higher elevations of West Texas and Southwest Extremes rang ed from 40 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 69 at Brownsville in the Lower Rio Grande Other early morning temperatures around the state in cluded 49 at 55 at Wichita 54 at Fort 49 at 57 at 53 at San 49 at 64 at 47 at San 52 at 49 at Midland and 58 at El Area4Hers competing in rabbit show Saturday 4H members from throughout Texas who have rabbit projects will be engaged in a learning experience Saturday in The youths will be exhibiting their rabbits at the State 4H Rabbit Show and will be learning showmanship and leadership said Harry Campbell of 4H specialist with the Texas Agricultural Exten sion The extension service is the parent organization of the 4H Some 400 to 500 rabbits will be in the which will be at the Guadalupe County Judging begins at 8 Show judges are Bob Berry of Frank Stammtisch Farrow of Lufkin and James Polasek of The entries will be among the 18 breeds of rabbits sanctioned by the American Rabbit Breeders Associa Campbell In addition to the judging of en the event will feature a showmanship contest at 1 followed by an awards The State 4H Rabbit Show is one of many educational and leadership op portunities that 4H members can take part in each The 4H pro gram is geared to helping youths become more responsible citizens by providing them with a multitude of learning CentHwei trem Pate 1A mMdte school eventually should bt built on the north side of Ht said that both a smaller middle school on the north side and the ex isting middle school tai the south at tendance tone could feed Into the high The superintendent said he thinks the high school can handle a substan tially larger enrollment If additions are The school board took no action during the study session but agreed that the citys population will con tinue to causing a new for more Bob board said he has read recent projections estimating that the local population will increase by 53 percent from 1986 to Bradberry said the school district is about two years away from reaching enrollment figures that were projected for the Referring to those enrollment projec tions that were prepared about four years the superintendent said the figures do not consider new educational They do not consider the maximum student to teacher ratio In kindergarten and first They do not consider special they do not consider House Bill he District enrollment totals compared to the projected enrollment for this Enrollment at Memorial is at 648 and is projected to increase to 706 at the 31classroom campus by next the superinten dent He added that Memorial will need two or three more teachers next year while Carl Schurz will pro bably need three more teachers to handle the increased number of At Lone were using every classroom in the Were not using the two portable We think were in pretty good shape Bradberry The superintendent added that while there is little extra if in the districts north side cam it is the south side that will need new Also during Tuesdays study ses the trustees studied a proposed elementary grading The trustees accepted the resignation of Sally Karnau who taught fifth grade at Carl Bradberry said Kar nau submitted her resignation because of health Christine Sorensen was approved for hire to replace Trustees also considered a drainage problem at Lone Star Primary Bradberry describ ed recommendations that have been made by an engineer who reviewed the He said improvements could be made to divert rainwater away from relieving the immediate problems but not solving all the drainage problems at the cam heavy rains easily flood into the making Principal Karen Simpson told the board that her main concern is going out and finding the gym flooded and not being able to use She said immediate steps need to be taken to relieve the Trustee Dick Robinett said that while the immediate problems must be dealt district officials need to look at the broader Theres a whole raft of problems out there and its known as growth I think we should look to the city and the city council about what their longrange plans he from 1A Tops with team 26 collecting of the sharp little while Team 13 garnered Most Shoes Award went to Team 11 with while Team 18 took 47 pieces of footwear out of the The Most Unusual Items category went to individuals with James Wayde of Team 21 retrieving a bowling ball for first place honors and Dean Lewis taking second place for his recovery of a television the one pictured on Page 2A of Sun days Some total pounds of junk was removed from the shortest natural river in the while same were removed as About pop top tabs wont confuse the fish and wildlife any and aoo people who wound up miasing their shoes knew where they went or might have There were 335 divert participating in this years Commissioners meet Thursday Comal County Commissioners will meet in regular session Thursday at 10 The meeting will be held in commissioners court on the third floor of the cour thouse A preagenda workshop is slated for 9 Commissioners agenda reads as follows appoint local health authori ty set cost per linear foot for let ters of persuant to Section IV 8 of the Comal County Sub division appoint public members to the salary grievance request for variance to private sewage facility regula extension of letter of credit for the Summit phase 4 approve Spatial thanks go out to those BBerchaats who donated prizes for ttst divert and to those whoother vtat aupported the Door prtoat wane donated by Landa ianfli Camp Pats Oaus Sauaaga Haus and Bavarian deserving thanks are John and Cindy of TriCity TOM Purdum of Guitar Maw aVauafats Chamber of Sutaaae harbaUa of David Vkattoy of Nav aVauweta Parks lew WuntwarU PavUUons Vansfti Tauter and parks and i chief Rubin GOB Standards IA the proposed water quality stan dards are significant to resource management program in the state because they expand the founda tion for the more aggressive water quality management pro gram established by the Texas Water Commission two years We believe these proposed coupled with the conti nuing increased emphasis on the water quality enforcement and permitting will go a long way toward assuring the peo ple of Texas of continued availability of good quality water without creating unnecessary or responsibility to ensure surface water quality protection for the The most significant proposals involve increased emphasis on standards for intermittent streams and the development and implementation of standards dealing with toxic suhstanrM in surface that we have developed proposed ataadards that represent an ex to protect and enhance the surf ace waters of Texas without creating unnecessary or economic burdens for the of the The he there will he significant irirtitHaal roati involved with impieisenUiten of but we bauevetM stoat certa are Mrith Mite StMitirJ IBiP to water quality pretarrhM with taBuaaai HsMspBai i MI VBBI New Braunfels Utilities General Manager Bob gladly accepts a signed proclama tion from New Braunfels Mayor George Erben designating 410 as Public Power Week in recognition of public such as NBU Staff photo Crime Stoppers seek armed robbers One holdup is Two In as many months is too A pair of Latin possibly held up the Fina Station at Interstate 35 and Huisache Sunday afternoon at taking an undetermined amount of cash from the stores register and a clerks Police have few clues in the hold the second armed robbery there in just more than a and are turning to local citizens for help in this weeks Crime Stoppers crime of the Crime Stoppers is a privately funded organization that seeks to solve felony crimes through anonymous A cash reward of up to will be paid for information provided directly to the programs through 16 that leads to an arrest and grand jury convic tion of one or both persons responsi A store clerk was quietly tending to his duties around Sunday when two men entered the store and asked the price of When the clerk one of the men pulled a pistol and ordered him to the After taking all the cash from the stores the clerk was ordered to a storeroom where again he was ordered to the He was then relieved of his wallet and The men then fled the store in what was described as a verv late model black and silver CMC or Chevy The truck had sport wheels and a chrome bumper The gunman was described as a 23 yearold Latin 5 feet 5 Inches tall and weighing 120 to 125 Me had a medium complexion and very short The second suspect was described as a close Identical twin of the leading authorities to believe the pair may be The gun used was a 6or 8inch barreled blue steel small caliber Persons with information about this or any unsolved felony crime arc asked to call Crime Stoppers Callers will not be asked to give a but will be issued a program number or future reference Sheriff Continued from Page IA dispatchers will earn about Few other increases were re quested in the department and cuts in several areas have been made An additional is ask ed for gasoline and oil bringing those costs to for 1988 Mobile radio installations have been cut for next year while police supplies has been decreased by about Other costs attributed to the sheriffs department include for psychological and laboratory in pro jected telephone for computer mamtainance and ser vice and for radio repairs Guadalupe County Fair starts today The Guadalupe County Fair Association invites the public to the 104th Guadalupe County one of the oldest fairs in on 7 through 11 at the Guadalupe County Fairgrounds in This years fair is again reflecting some of the nostalgia of with livestock exhibits rabbits womens entries including canned arts and antiques and flowers field crops country store fiddlers contest im plement and commercial parade bakeoff Fair Queen and Miss RoundUp contests baby barnyard hay show pet show bestdressed contest rodeo and a tractor All this along with a carnival and food and drink will round out the Beginning the first a group of Free Style Bike Riders from San Antonio will demonstrate their skills in the area in front of the rodeo The six boys have par ticipated in competition all over the state and their demonstrations will begin at The Fiddlers Con divided into four will begin at l Saturday on the dance floor at the A musical group from Seguin will entertain with their country and western music in the area near the arena from 6 to On a mini Air Force jet will be on display at the Gazebo all with a recruiter on hand to answer Lonesome Louie from San Antonio will entertain at l Sunday on the dance Louie is a oneman four piece who sings and plays a variety of music ranging from Ger man waltzes to Mexican An afternoon of fitness will begin at with a group demonstrating Tai a form of marshal arts Korrie Stevens will demonstrate acrobatic floor exer cises and Kenny Lombard and students from Seguin will demonstrate Shimek and her group of aerobic dancers will conclude the afternoon with exer For the first time helicopter rides will be given at the county The helicopter will board and land on the southwest comer of Neida wtii bt available whan the Mas opaa daily at per ridt rertaaat iathe i who want to there are caa they are judged and must remain on display with their ribbons until Mon day The Kerr Glass and the Ball Cor poration are offering coupons to coin petitors in the canned foods depart Those entering baked foods can qualify for additional prizes such as the first 80 persons entering two or more entries will a gift from Adams Extract Tricolor winners will receive a gift package from Adams All blue ribbon winners will receive a bag of White Wings Flour and all red ribbon winners will receive a Kroger Those entering clothing made with Simplicity patterns will receive a coupon for a free Simplicity indicate the pattern number when In the agriculture and livestock there will be beef and This for the second there will be a Texas H Club Rabbit Association Sanctioned Show and a Texas Club Calf The steer show will be held Saturday at 1 and the lamb show will be held Two poultry shows are one is sanctioned and the other is for Guadalupe County residents The sanctioned rabbit show will be held Two contests designed for the little ones are the Best Western Dressed where they are judged on their outfit as well as their per The other is a pet in which children under 14 can bring their pets and show them Thursday night is Play full of competitive family including stick horse barrel race at 7 for 2 to 5 year olds greased pig con tent for Guadalupe County 4H members hay loading contest for Guadalupe County 4H and FFA members calf scramble for children 12 and under chicken scramble for children 10 and under mens sand surf ing for 10 teams of rider and horseman ribbon roping with a roper and a lady runner goat milk ing contest for teams of two women from local clubs wild bull riding con test stick and wild cow saddl ing The truck and tractor sanc tioned by the Lonestar Truck and Tractor Pullers is Saturday and Sunday at 2 at Riverview Park in Admis sion is The local field stock truck will be for a purse af and will consist of eatries frost Wilson and Hays Barbara Schwarzlosc of New Braunfels is among those competing for the title of Miss UoundUp 19087 88 Others are Betty Cox of JoAnn Mays of Tammy Mills of Shane Patterson of and Tricia Voss of McQueenvy Girls will compete in three horsemanship model and photogenic competitions Crowning will take place Saturday at the rodeo Uodeo performances are set for Friday and Saturday at 7 k in the rodeo arena Tickets or the nightly performance at for adults and for The carnival is scheduled for today through Monday at the fairgrounds The Fair Parade will begin at 10 am Friday at College and Austin proceeding south on Austin and ending at the fairgrounds Call the Guadalupe County Agricultural and Livestock Fair Association at liTSfrlT for more in formation Births Out of town Danny and Laura Route Box 24ounce boy Humana Womens Maternal grandparents are Mack Ashworth of Tyler and Bar bara Ashworlh of Va Pater nal grandparents are Graver and Julia Kent of New   

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